Belgium's David Goffin in action during his match against France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. (REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol)
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Belgium's David Goffin swept aside Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6 (7/5), 6-3, 6-2 Sunday to level the Davis Cup final at two points apiece and force a decisive fifth rubber.Goffin, who outclassed Pouille in Friday's opening rubber, saved a set point while serving at 5-6, as Tsonga was left to rue his inability to capitalize on any of six break points in a marathon first set.World number seven Goffin, the runner-up to Grigor Dimitrov at the season-ending ATP Finals in London last weekend, snatched a 75-minute opening set with a blistering backhand return in the tie-break.Tsonga, who brought France level in Friday's second singles with a crushing win over Darcis, then surrendered his serve in the second set with a costly double fault as Goffin surged 4-2 ahead before seizing a two-set lead.
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